AUSTRALIA’S GOT DRAG QUEENS – Charity Fund Raiser Dob in a mate to do drag or donate!


PFLAG Fundraiser

A fabulous new drag competition where you can NOMINATE your boss or friends to perform in drag on stage to raise important and much needed funds for charity.

They have 2 choices      

1./  Accept the challenge and DRESS IN DRAG at Sporties on stage 30th August plus get people to sponsor you (a bit like an old school run-a-thon) they need to raise $100 CLICK HERE to enter now!

OR

2./  Say no and make a donation to charity (PFLAG)  CLICK HERE to donate now!

SEND THIS LINK TO CHALLENGE A FRIEND NOW ->   www.qnews.com.au/dragqueens/
This is a hilarious take on drag where you get to nominate anybody, be it your boss or maybe your partner, your brother or sister or even a parent to dress in drag and do a short 90 second performance in front of an appreciative crowd.

The whole idea is to raise money for PFLAG who are Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. We hope that the contestants on the night will raise much more than 100 dollars because these funds go towards helping other parents accept their LGBT children when they come out right across Queensland.

The night is all about fun and it will not necessarily be talent that will decide the competition’s winner.

There will also be 3 WINNERS on the night:

1/. The best Drag Queen on the night (some people call her best bitch)

2/. Charity Princess (the drag queen who raises the most money for PFLAG)

3/. ‘The  ugly duckling’ – the person who maybe didn’t look the best in drag but had a great time doing it anyway.

We are relying on people to pass the nomination forward.

SEND THIS LINK TO CHALLENGE A FRIEND NOW ->   www.qnews.com.au/dragqueens/

You can nominate anybody to be in drag up on stage at Sporties in front of the bright lights. Who knows? Maybe a star could be born!

To get involved go to www.qnews.com.au/dragqueens but get in early because it is hoped that there will be many contestants performing at the Sportsman Hotel on 30 August.

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